Seth Meyers, James Corden and Jimmy Fallon paid tribute to the stand-up comic and former Saturday Night Live cast member on Tuesday.
The comedian has agreed a deal to host Late Night with Seth Meyers through 2025, which should take him to around 1,800 episodes of the show. In addition, he has also signed an overall deal for Sethmaker Shoemeyers Productions, the production company he runs with Late Night with Seth Meyers showrunner Mike Shoemaker, with Universal Studio Group through 2025.
It has become a ritual — a somewhat inexplicable one, as TBS’s Conan O’Brien noted — for these comics to come on the air after acts of terrorism, school shootings or other national traumas to try to make sense of them for their audiences. “Today feels very different,” O’Brien said Monday night. “It doesn’t feel right to talk about my feelings of sadness and anger. That truly feels inadequate and somehow wrong.”
Latenight hosts dedicated a portion of their Monday night shows to speak out about gun violence in the wake of the tragic events that unfolded in Las Vegas on Sunday night. Jimmy Kimmel choked up in an emotional response to the deadly attack, while Seth Meyers had a pointed message for Congress.
The Late Night host’s contract now runs through February 2021. He will also host a primetime special on New Year’s Eve highlighting the current events and big news stories of 2016.
NBC said today that David Duchovny, Jane Krakowski and Seth Meyers will each host an hour of Thursday’s three-hour special charity telecast.
NEW YORK (AP) — Seth Meyers has departed “Saturday Night Live,” just weeks before he begins his new job as host of “Late Night.” Meyers co-hosted “Weekend Update” on the NBC sketch-comedy series for eight seasons and was joined for his farewell newscast by “SNL” alumni Amy Poehler, Andy Samberg, Bill Hader and Fred Armisen. […]
“Competing in the Chaos” is the theme of this year’s New York State Broadcasters Association’s annual executive conference. Scheduled for June 24-25 at the Sagamore Resort Hotel in Bolton Landing, N.Y., the convention will honor Seth Meyers of NBC’s Saturday Night Live, who will receive its Broadcaster of the Year Award. Peter King, a member […]
NBC said Sunday that 12-year Saturday Night Live cast member Seth Meyers will replace Jimmy Fallon at the 12:35 a.m. Late Night show next year. Fallon is moving up an hour as Jay Leno’s replacement on the Tonight show.
Jimmy Fallon’s march to inherit The Tonight Show is nearly complete. The Late Night host has closed a new deal with NBC that will pave the way for him to replace Jay Leno in the 11:35 p.m. slot, a well-placed source says. The timing and nature of the Fallon announcement is said to be in flux, with some at NBC said to believe that the network should wait to confirm the Tonight transition until it can close a deal with Fallon’s replacement. The strong frontrunner for that 12:35 a.m. job is said to be Saturday Night Live stalwart Seth Meyers.